Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

Moynihan, Donald P. and Joe Soss. 2014. Policy Feedback and the Politics of Administration. Forthcoming in Public Administration Review.

Moynihan, Donald P., Pamela Herd, and Hope Harvey. 2014. Administrative Burden: Learning, Psychological and Compliance Costs in Citizen-State Interactions. Forthcoming in Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.

Herd, Pamela, Thomas DeLeire, Hope Harvey, Donald P. Moynihan. 2013. Shifting Administrative Burden to the State: A Case Study of Medicaid Take-Up. Forthcoming in Public Administration Review.

Moynihan, Donald P., Pamela Herd, and Elizabeth Rigby. 2013. Policymaking by Other Means: Do States Use Administrative Barriers to Limit Access to Medicaid? Forthcoming in Administration & Society. Prepared for the 2013 Public Management Research Conference, Madison, Wisconsin.

Lavertu, Stephane, David E. Lewis and Donald P. Moynihan. Government Reform, Political Ideology, and Administrative Burden: The Case of Performance Management in the Bush Administration. Forthcoming in Public Administration Review. Available as La Follette School Working Paper No. 2013-011.

Moynihan, Donald P., Wouter Vandenabeele and Jens-Blom Hansen. 2013. Advancing Public Service Motivation Research. Public Money and Management July: 288-289

Moynihan, Donald P. 2013. The New Federal Performance System: Implementing the New GPRA Modernization Act. Washington, D.C.: IBM Center for The Business of Government.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Daniel Hawes. 2012. “Responsiveness to Reform Values: The Influence of the Environment on Performance Information Use.” Public Administration Review 72(S1): 95-105. 

Moynihan, Donald. 2013. "Advancing the Empirical Study of Performance Management: What we Learned from the Program Assessment Rating Tool." Forthcoming in American Review of Public Administration. Available as La Follette School Working Paper No. 2013-003.

Moynihan, Donald, and Lavertu, Stéphane. 2012, October. "Do Performance Reforms Change How Federal Managers Manage?" Issues in Governance Studies. No. 52. Brookings Institution.

Moynihan, Donald P., Bradley E. Wright, and Sanjay K. Pandey. “Working within Constraints: Can Transformational Leaders Alter the Experience of Red Tape?” Forthcoming at International PublicManagement Journal. Available as La Follette School Working Paper 2012-010.

Lavertu, Stéphane and Donald P. Moynihan. “Agency Political Ideology on Reform Implementation: Performance Management in the Bush Administration” Forthcoming at Journal of PublicAdministration Research and Theory. Available as La Follette School Working Paper 2012-009.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Stéphane Lavertu.  2012. “The Effects of Performance Management Reforms: Evidence from the United States Federal Government.” Chinese Journal of Public Management. 9(2): 98-105. (In Mandarin).

Moynihan, Donald. "A Theory of Culture-Switching: Leadership and Red Tape during Hurricane Katrina." La Follette School Working Paper No. 2011-018. Forthcoming in Public Administration.

Moynihan, Donald, and Lavertu, Stéphane. 2011. "Does Involvement in Performance Management Routines Encourage Performance Information Use? Evaluating GPRA and PART." La Follette School Working Paper No. 2011-017. Forthcoming in Public Administration Review.

Moynihan, Donald P., Sanjay Pandey and Bradley E. Wright. 2011. “Prosocial Values and Performance Management Theory: The Link between Perceived Social Impact
and Performance Information Use
,” La Follette School Working Paper No. 2011-010. Published in Governance 25(3): 463-483.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Pamela Herd. 2010. “Red Tape and Democracy: How Rules Affect Citizenship Rights.” American Review of Public Administration 40(6): 654-670.

Moynihan, Donald P., Wright, Bradley, and Sanjay Pandey. 2012. “Setting the Table: How Transformational Leadership Fosters Performance Information Use.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22(1): 143-64.

Feeney, Mary K., Donald P. Moynihan, and Richard M. Walker. 2010. "Rethinking and Expanding the Study of Administrative Rules: Report of the 2010 Red Tape Research Workshop." Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Moynihan, Donald P.; Sergio Fernandez; Soonhee Kim; Kelly M. LeRoux; Suzanne J. Piotrowski; Bradley E. Wright; Kaifeng Yang. 2011. "Performance Regimes Amidst Governance Complexity." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 21: i141-i155

Moynihan, Donald P. and Patricia W. Ingraham. 2010. “The Suspect Handmaiden: The Evolution of Politics and Administration in the American State.Public Administration Review 70(S1): 229-237

Moynihan, Donald P. 2009. “The Network Governance of Crisis Response: Case Studies of Incident Command Systems.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 19(4): 895-915.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Sanjay K. Pandey. 2010. "The Big Question for Performance Management: Why Do Managers Use Performance Information?" Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 20(4): 849-866

Moynihan, Donald P. and Stéphane Lavertu. 2012. "Cognitive Biases in Governing: Technology Preferences in Election Administration." Public Administration Review 72(1): 68-77.

Moynihan, Donald. P. and Alasdair S. Roberts. 2010. “The triumph of loyalty over competence: The Bush administration and the exhaustion of the politicized presidency.” Public Administration Review, (70)4: 572-581.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2009. “The Politics Measurement Makes: Performance Management in the Obama Era.” The Forum. 7(4): article 7.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Noel Landuyt. 2009. “How do Public Organizations Learn? Bridging Structural and Cultural Divides.” Public Administration Review. 69(6): 1097-1105.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2009. “Our Usable Past: A Historical Contextual Approach to Administrative Values.” Public Administration Review 69(5): 813-821.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2009. “Through a Glass Darkly: Understanding the Effects of Performance Regimes.” Public Performance & Management Review 32(4): 586-598. Available through ejournals and as La Follette School Working Paper 2009-020.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2007. From Forest Fires to Hurricane Katrina: Case Studies of Incident Command Systems. Report to the IBM Center for the Business of Government.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2008. “Public Management in North America: 1998-2008.” Public Management Review 10(4): 482-492.

Wichowsky, Amber and Donald P. Moynihan. 2008. “Measuring How Administration Shapes Citizenship: A Policy Feedback Perspective on Performance Management.” Public Administration Review. 68(5): 908-920.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Carol Silva. 2008. “The Administrators of Democracy: A Research Note on Local Election Officials.” Public Administration Review. 68(5): 816-827.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Noel Landuyt. 2008. “Explaining Turnover Intention in the Public Sector. Examining the Roles of Gender, Life Cycle and Loyalty.” Review of Public Personnel Administration 28(2): 120-143. Available through Proquest. Earlier version available as La Follette School Working Paper 2008-002.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Sanjay K. Pandey. 2008. “The Ties that Bind: Social Networks, Value-Based Commitment, and Turnover Intention.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18(2): 205-227. Available through Proquest and as La Follette School Working Paper 2007-027.

Pandey, Sanjay K., Bradley E. Wright, and Donald P. Moynihan. 2008. “Public Service Motivation and Interpersonal Citizenship Behavior: Testing a Preliminary Model.” International Public Management Journal 11(1): 89-108. Available as La Follette School Working Paper 2007-028.

Hou, Yilin and Donald P. Moynihan. 2008. “The Case for Countercyclical Fiscal Capacity.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 18(1): 139-159. Available through Proquest and as La Follette School Working Paper 2007-004.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2008. “Combining Structural Forms in the Search for Policy Tools: Incident Command Systems in U.S. Crisis Management.” Governance 21(2): 205-229. Available through Proquest.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2008. “Learning under Uncertainty: Networks in Crisis Management.” Public Administration Review 68(2): 350-361.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Sanjay K. Pandey. 2007. “Finding Workable Levers Over Work Motivation: Comparing Job Satisfaction, Job Involvement, and Organizational Commitment.” Administration & Society 39(7): 803-832. Available through Proquest and as La Follette School Working Paper 2007-003.

Pandey, Sanjay K., David Coursey and Donald P. Moynihan. 2007. “Organizational Effectiveness and Bureaucratic Red Tape: A Multimethod Study.” Public Performance and Management Review 30(3): 371-400. Available through Proquest.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Sanjay K. Pandey. 2007. “The Role of Organizations in Fostering Public Service Motivation.” Public Administration Review 67(1): 40-53. Winner of the Dimock Award winner for best lead article. Also available through Proquest.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2006. “Ambiguity in Policy Lessons: The Agencification Experience.” Public Administration 84(4): 1029-1050.

Moynihan, Donald P. and Sanjay K. Pandey. 2006. Creating Desirable Organizational Characteristics: How Organizations Create a Focus on Results and Managerial Authority. Public Management Review 8(1): 119-140.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2006. Managing for Results in State Government: Evaluating a Decade of Reform. Public Administration Review 66(1): 78-90.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2005. What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Performance: Dialogue Theory and Performance Budgeting. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 16(2): 151-168. La Follette School Working Paper Series No. 2005-021. Available through Proquest.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2005. Homeland Security and the U.S. Public Management Policy Agenda. Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions 18(2): 171-196.

Moynihan, Donald P. Testing How Management Matters in an Era of Government by Performance Management. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 15(3): 421-439. Available through Proquest.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2005. Why and How Do State Governments Adopt and Implement 'Managing for Results' Reforms? Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 15(2): 219-243. Available through Proquest.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2005. Goal-Based Learning and the Future of Performance Management. Public Administration Review 65(2):203-216.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2004. Building Secure Elections: E-voting, Security and Systems Theory. Lead Article, Public Administration Review 64(5): 515-528.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2004. Protection versus Flexibility: The Civil Service Reform Act, Competing Administrative Doctrines and the Roots of Contemporary Public Management Debate. Lead Article, Journal of Policy History 16(1): 1-35. Available through Project Muse.

Hou, Yilin, Donald P. Moynihan, and Patricia W. Ingraham. 2003. Capacity, Management and Performance: Exploring the Links. American Review of Public Administration, 33(3): 295-315. (Winner, Best Journal Article, American Review of Public Administration, 2003). To republish all or part of this article, please go to www.sagepub.com.

Moynihan, Donald P. 2003. Normative and Instrumental Perspectives on Public Participation: Citizen Summits in Washington D.C.American Review of Public Administration, 33(2): 164-188. To republish all or part of this article, please go to www.sagepub.com.

Ingraham, Patricia. W., Selden, Sally C. and Donald P. Moynihan. 2000. People and Performance: Challenges for the Future Public Service-the Report from the Wye River Conference. Public Administration Review 60(1): 54-60.

Leveraging Collaborative Networks in Infrequent Emergency Situations, June 2005, a report for the IBM Center for The Business of Government.

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